Ullin T. Place: A Life in Verbal Behavior

Behavior and Philosophy 31:173 - 180 (2003)
Abstract
Ullin T. Place died on 2 January 2000. His contributions to philosophy and to behavior analysis have earned him an enduring place in our new century. This memorial uses text from his correspondence to illustrate the scope of his life's work and the dignity, perseverance, and courage with which he faced its end.
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